Milestones Jan. 9, 2006

ORDERED DEPORTED. JOHN DEMJANJUK, 85, retired autoworker accused of being a Nazi concentration-camp guard; in a decision that could end a court battle dating back to the 1970s; by a federal judge who rejected his claim that he would be tortured if sent back to his native Ukraine; in Cleveland, Ohio. Demjanjuk was convicted in 1988 by an Israeli court of being "Ivan the Terrible," but was cleared and had his U.S. citizenship restored. His citizenship was again withdrawn when, in 2002, new evidence convinced a federal court that he was a different camp guard.

GRANTED. JOHN HINCKLEY JR., 50, psychiatric...

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